March 18, 2020

Archbishop Lori addresses faithful about pandemic

I know the profound sense of hurt so many of our people are experiencing without the ability to receive our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. 
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Amid coronavirus, ‘grab and go’ becomes the norm for Baltimore’s Catholic soup kitchens

Across the Archdiocese of Baltimore and throughout the United States, families and individuals rush to grocery stores to stock their pantries and refrigerators in response to the possibility that the coronavirus could have people stuck in their homes for the coming weeks, if not months. Food uncertainty, meanwhile, was already a constant consideration for those...
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Mercy fast tracks new intensive care ward amid coronavirus crisis

Mercy Health Services received approval March 18 from the state of Maryland to add an additional 32-bed inpatient acute care unit to its Baltimore hospital to cope with the growing threat of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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Education in the time of coronavirus

Catholic parents should seize this as an opportunity to reinforce our beliefs and values in our children.
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Pandemic can be time to rediscover love, kindness, pope says

People must use this time of the coronavirus pandemic to rediscover the importance of small, concrete gestures of affection and care toward others, Pope Francis said in a new interview.
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Pope prays for coronavirus victims, workers who died serving others

Pope Francis asked people to pray for all victims of COVID-19, including the health care workers who sacrificed their lives caring for others.
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